18 Signs You’re at an Awful Barbecue
Grilling outdoors might seem simple since it’s the way that sub-average intelligent cavemen cooked food for themselves for years, but they’re all dead now — probably because they didn’t know that undercooked meat can cause food poisoning.
Study Shows Siri May Not Be As Smart As It Thinks It Is
Apple’s Siri app turned a lot of heads and ears when the iPhone 4S first hit the shelves. The voice controlled app looked and sounded like something from an Arthur C. Clarke novel. However, it may not bring us any closer to having a real HAL 9000 computer (and considering what happened in ’2001: A Space Odyssey,’ maybe we should be thankful for that).
12 Reasons Mitt Romney Should Pick Donald Trump as His Running Mate
Mitt Romney’s campaign might have a problem with inspiring a lot of enthusiasm, but one interesting idea from entrepreneur and noted hair trendsetter Donald Trump may pique a lot of interest in the Republican candidate: pick Donald Trump to be Romney’s running mate.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Memorial Day
Most of America might look forward to Memorial Day because it gives us a three-day break from our hectic work lives and an excuse to grill great gobs of red meat over an open pit, but it’s intentions are much nobler.
What Are the Most Popular Fast Food Restaurants in America?
Americans are always on the go. Jobs are scarce and careers hang in the balance, so we’re spending more time cDonaldrunning to and from the office. That means we’re also eating more on the run.
Walmart No Longer Tops Fortune 500 — What Company Does?
Fortune’s annual list of the 500 wealthiest companies didn’t contain many surprises. The biggest surprise, however, wasn’t who made the list but where they made it.
How Does Unemployment Affect a Job Seeker’s Mental Health?
The word “unemployment” gets thrown around a lot during tough times and especially during major elections when it’s easy to throw a number on a situation that affects a lot of people. It’s easy to forget, though, that being unemployed can affect a lot more than a person’s bottom line.
US Spends Most on Health Care Per Person Among Industrialized Nations — Dollars and Sense
Anyone in America who has gotten a medical bill for a CAT scan or an MRI might feel like they are paying some of the highest medical costs on the planet. That’s not an exaggeration.
Want to Go to Harvard or MIT? Now You Can with Free Online Courses
Two of America’s most prestigious universities are doing something that any other private university would consider a sign of clinical insanity. They are offering education, knowledge and enlightenment for free.
Tennessee Bans Students from Holding Hands in School — Claims It’s a ‘Gateway Sexual Activity’
Despite some studies that have shown the ineffectiveness of abstinence-only education for teenagers, several states and even the federal government have doubled down their stance on the controversial sex-ed program. Tennessee has taken the idea one step further.